Matt KramerIntroduction to Voice Mapping and

 Vibroacoustic Sound Healing

 

 

Voice Mapping helps people retrain their brain so they can overcome bad habits, end self sabotaging behavior and heal the consequences of buried/subconscious emotional stress and trauma. The voice mapping process uses biofeedback with the frequencies in the client's voice. At the House of Light, Matt will be providing free individual mini-sessions so you can experience both voice mapping and vibroacoustic sound therapy.

Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy addresses numerous issues with specifically formulated frequencies that flow through your body, essentially providing a form of cellular massage. Through the delivery of specific low frequency sounds, this healing technology is an effective treatment for relaxation, reduced anxiety, decreased tension reduction, pain management and much more. Based on the premise that all living systems emit frequencies, Vibroacoustics is a discipline dedicated to the study of those specific, individuaized frequencies.
Learn more:  http://mkvoicemap.com  http://mattkramersoundhealing.com

 

Voice Mapping Presentations:
Matt Kramer’s presentation begins with a 20 minute description of the process and
the history of the development of voice mapping. Afterwards he provides free demonstrations of the process for each person – each mini-session takes about ten minutes of biofeedback plus additional time with Vibroacoustic Therapy. For some people, even this small amount of biofeedback has been very healing.
Further Info:
Emotions play a significant role in your health. Suppressed emotions and subconscious behavior
patterns sap and compromise the mind/body resources in many ways. Voice mapping works with the frequencies in your voice in a biofeedback process to balance and release places in your body where memory is energetically "stuck". Neurobiologists have determined that buried stress and trauma reside in muscle tissue throughout the body. Many of the body's muscles contribute to the tones and nuances in the voice. When you record a description of a person or event that is connected to stressful or traumatic memories, the memory/muscle connection shows up in the frequencies in your voice. Using biofeedback, those frequencies are fed back to the body balancing and releasing the blocks containing the suppressed memories. The benefits are far reaching; for example, people have stopped fighting with their families, overcome bad habits, overcome phobias such as fear of public speaking, and in many ways reduced the impact of stress in their lives.
Athletes have been able to improve their personal best; writers and musicians have been able to over
come writer's block. One way to look at the process is that it allows your mind/body connection to ask for the healing it needs on levels that are below conscious awareness – each person's results are unique to them.

Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy addresses numerous issues with specifically formulated frequencies that flow through your body, essentially providing a form of cellular massage. Through the delivery of specific low frequency sounds, this healing technology is an effective treatment for relaxation, reduced anxiety, decreased tension reduction, pain management and much more.  Based on the premise that all living systems emit frequencies, Vibroacoustics is a discipline dedicated to the study of those specific, individualized frequencies.

Vibroacoustic Therapy

Healing with sound may be as old or older than the human voice. The cutting edge of sound healing can be experienced in Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy. One scientific approach to sound therapy began in World War II when the US Veterans hospitals began to use music to help treat soldiers returning from the war. In 1944, Michigan State University established the first music therapy degree program in the world. Today many hospitals offer sound therapy in their conventional treatment programs. In Germany, Vibroacoustic therapy is covered by health insurance.

Researchers have proven that the brain reacts to certain sounds and that you can actually train the brain to achieve optimum brainwave patterns with music with embedded sounds.

Benefits include:                       
• stress management                 * physical rehabilitation
• reduced pain                           * increased energy
• memory enhancement

In the 1980’s, a Norwegian researcher, Olav Skille, discovered that the physical vibrations of sound could relax and/or stimulate severely disabled children. Noting that bass frequencies had a particularly significant therapeutic effect, he combined music with a pulsed low frequency sine tone. (A Sine Tone is a pure harmonic, without upper partials.)

In his studies, he found that Vibracoustic Therapy was beneficial for a variety of medical conditions and symptoms including asthma, autism, cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy, constipation, insomnia, pain and Parkinson's Disease.

In the USA Butler (1997) studied patients undergoing open heart surgery, and found that the post-operative use of Vibroacoustic Therapy significantly reduced the time over which patients required respiration on a ventilator in the Coronary Care Unit. The overall length of hospital stay was decreased from 9 days to 5 days.

Butler, C. and Butler , C.J. (1997) Physioacoustic Therapy with Cardiac surgery patients.
In Wigram, T. and Dileo, C. Music Vibration and Health. New Jersey; Jeffrey Books.
 
You can have a Vibro Acoustic Therapy session with Matt Kramer in the following locations:

California                            Texas               Alaska
San Francisco                      Dallas              Anchorage
Marin County                       Fort Worth
Sonoma County                   Austin
Santa Clara County

For more information and for a demonstration:
Call or Text: Michele at 512-560-1498 or e-mail at: micheleshouseoflight@gmail.com
e-mail: mkramer@mattkramer.com
Vibroacoustic therapy - healing body, mind and soul with sound